“Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception” Exhibition Review

Shadow for Heisenberg (1993-1994) by Jim Campbell

Shadow for Heisenberg (1993-1994) by Jim Campbell

My review of the exhibition, “Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception”, which was on view (March 21–June 15, 2014) at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City may be found on the Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism website.

Here is an excerpt from the review:

“Contemplative” and “reflective” are fitting identifiers in describing the engaging exhibition “Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception” at the Museum of the Moving Image, organized by guest curator Steve Dietz. Featuring over twenty media projects, including electronic installations and low-resolution video works that span almost thirty years of production, this was San Francisco-based Campbell’s first museum show in New York City. From a quick glance at the exhibition, one could have discounted it as mere formal artistic explorations of technology and light. However, Campbell’s work offers much more…”

Read the full review at: http://vsw.org/afterimage/2014/06/30/exhibition-review-rhythms-of-perception-by-jim-campbell/

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